What Color Is Your Dragon? Coloring Book
What Color Is Your Dragon? is a collection of Stan!'s past coloring pages mixed with a smattering of new "sneak peeks" of art from a work in progress. If you have kids, or just like being a kid yourself, this coloring book will have you smiling.
The coloring book follows the adventures of Grub, a young goblin. He encounters zombies, ettins, a beholder, a drider, and, yep, a dragon, to name but a few of the creatures to color in this book!
This coloring book was printed in a limited edition of 200 copies.
Stan!'s art credits include Polyhedron magazine's Bolt and Quiver comic strip and Dungeons & Dragons coloring books for the Wizards of the Coast website.
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